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Vista Jr. Eagles vs. Cordvoa Jr. Lancers

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Vista Jr. Eagles vs. Cordova Jr. Lancers

 

Jr. Peewees

Vista 36, Cordova 0

Jacoby More of the Vista del Lago Jr. Peewee Eagles took the first play from scrimmage to the house for a 60-yard touchdown run. From there the visiting Eagles never looked back in route to a 36-0 victory over the Cordova Jr. Lancers. More added two touchdown passes to Jordan Price and Jack Granrud, who turned in another stellar performance with two long TD runs along with an INT return for a touchdown. The Eagles were in control from the first quarter with the first three touches by the offense turned into touchdowns for a 33-0 halftime lead. The much improved Eagle defense was stifling, led by Jacob Anglesey, Brody Layton, Luke McKeown and Trenton Kaestner. The two down linemen and linebackers converged on the Lancer ball carriers all game long, limiting Cordova to two first downs through three quarters. The game turned to a controlled scrimmage by early in the third quarter. The Jr. Peewee Eagles travel to Sacramento next week to face Christian Brothers.

 

Peewee

Vista 26, Cordova 0

The Vista Peewees outplayed the Cordova Jr. Lancers in every aspect of the game this weekend. The Eagles had solid performances from all four quarterbacks (Nico Biagetti, Trevor Kaestner, Matt Werpy and Brenden Miller) combining for 36 points. The Eagle offense benefited from a great line and solid blocking by outside receivers (Brayden Caylor, Carson Anglesey, Cade Greenmun, Hunter Brockly and Brayden Miller). The Eagle offense also saw break out rushing plays from running backs (Will Anderson, Jack Cromwell and Jasen Womack) as they sliced in and out of the Lancer defense. Guard Aschlei Andrade made several sweeping blocks providing room for the Eagle backs to work up field. Vista's defense continues to smother its opponents after posting its fourth straight shutout. The defensive line (Lorenzo Becerra, Tim Ten Brink, Lucas Garcia, Joseph Musk, and Samir Spikes) provided constant pressure. Brock Mendenhall and Biagetti each had their first touchdown of the season. Brenden Miller and Anthony Righini had break out games making several great plays.

                                                                       

Jr. Midgets

The Jr. Midget Vista Jr. Eagles were presented with an unscheduled open week and made the most of it with an intra-squad scrimmage Saturday morning at Vista del Lago High School. The coaching staff was divided and led by the coordinators to pick teams in a snake draft format, while the head coach was put in the white hat as the head official. The Jr. Midget families all pulled on the rope to make this happen by volunteering to set up the field, assist with referee duties, and put together a tailgate style BBQ for the players following the Blue-White Jr. Midget match up. The game was filled with great effort and competition with most players playing offense and defense for two 15-minute halves. The Eagles will head into the second half of the season 4-0 next week on the road at Christian Brothers.

 

Midgets

Vista 36, Cordova 0

The Jr. Eagle Midgets started this week’s game off against the Cordova Jr. Lancers with a boom, when Darrion Williams took the opening kickoff 60 yards for a touchdown.  Offensively, the Eagles were efficient on the day, scoring five touchdowns on seven possessions. In addition to Williams’ three touchdowns, Adam Bridge, Zach Malaekeh and Nolan Goodwin all scored on long receptions. The Eagle defense was dominating as usual, and has yet to give up a touchdown this season. They were led by strong performances from Kole Simon, Jackson Foster and Lucas Burrage.